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City workers win raises, new benefits

Pay raises, bonuses, family or medical leave included By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher Some 5,000 St. Louis city employees will now enjoy paid family and medical leave in...

OPINION: The Initiative Petition process in Missouri is under attack

Politicians want to change it to silence our voices By RICHARD VON GLAHN Policy Director Missouri Jobs with Justice One-hundred-fifteen years ago, Missourians saw fit to enshrine the...

Four workshops for unions committed to organizing the unorganized

If your union is interesting in enhancing its organizing capabilities, read on. Jobs with Justice (JwJ) is sponsoring a series of four on-line programs designed...

Missouri Jobs with Justice virtual End of Year Celebration set for...

Missouri Jobs with Justice is holding its End of Year Celebration virtually this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The online event will be...

OPINION: Josh Hawley says workers deserve a raise, but it’s all...

By CAITLYN ADAMS No matter where we live or what we look like, we work hard for our families. But today, certain politicians, including Sen. Josh...

OPINION: Vote ‘YES on Prop E’ to save city services, union...

By CODY BURLESON St. Louis Organizer Missouri Jobs with Justice Working people throughout St. Louis have a lot at stake when city voters head to the polls...

OPINION: My hope for Missouri workers in 2021

By REV. DR. TERESA MITHEN DANIELEY Missouri Jobs with Justice As we begin another year in the Missouri Legislature and the new Biden/Harris Administration, I maintain...

YOUR LETTERS: Time to change Missouri’s voting process

Missouri has some of the most outdated election laws in the country — laws that are currently preventing us from meeting the challenge of...

Jobs with Justice establishes Worker Solidarity Fund to help workers who...

Working people from all walks of life are out-of-work and struggling to make ends meet, and without paid leave or health care, many are...

YOUR LETTERS – Our right to petition is in jeopardy

For over a century Missourians of all political stripes have relied on the initiative petition process to make policy changes when legislators refused to...